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Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

  • Town Hall Series

    "Health Matters" Public Health Series at Town Hall

    This fall, the University of Washington School of Public Health teams up with Town Hall Seattle to present a 4-event series, moderated by NWCPHP Director Tao Kwan-Gett, MD, MPH.

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  • Primary Care and Public Health Leadership Institute

    Primary Care and Public Health Leadership Institute

    Public health and primary care professionals are invited to a special two-day learning intensive in Denver, Colorado, to develop collaborative leadership skills.

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  • 2014 NPH Magazine

    New Issue of Northwest Public Health Now Available

    The 2014 issue takes a look at public health and health care transformation in the Northwest, highlighting opportunities, challenges, and innovations.

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  • WAPH July 2014

    We Are Public Health Monthly Postcard

    The Quinault Indian Nation used thorough planning, strong partnerships, and good resource management to host a safe event for 10,000 visitors.

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  • Texting Toolkit

    Texting for Public Health Toolkit Now Available

    NWCPHP’s new interactive toolkit explains the essential components for creating an in-house texting program at your agency.

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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.

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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.

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“I enjoyed the Leadership in Changing Times course at the Summer Institute. Each presentation was worthwhile and the amount of time spent on each was just right. I’ll be sure to refer this program to my colleagues throughout the coming year.”

—Rick Buell, Regional Administrator, Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, US Department of Health and Human Services, Region X